Effect of Dietary Lipids on Myocardial Norepinephrine Content and Field Stimulation‐Mediated Release of Norepinephrine from Perfused Neonatal and Adult Rat Hearts

@article{Semafuko1987EffectOD,
  title={Effect of Dietary Lipids on Myocardial Norepinephrine Content and Field Stimulation‐Mediated Release of Norepinephrine from Perfused Neonatal and Adult Rat Hearts},
  author={W. E. Semafuko and C. Rutledge and W. Dixon},
  journal={Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology},
  year={1987},
  volume={10},
  pages={16–23}
}
The effects of dietary lipids on the content and release of norepinephrine and on the overflow of norepinephrine after α-adrenoeeptor blockade with phentolamine were investigated in isolated perfused rat hearts. Pregnant rats were fed Purina Rodent Chow (reference diet) or a semisynthetie diet containing 16% (wt/wt) of either coconut oil (saturated fatty acids) or sunflower oil (unsaturated fatty acids). Neonatal pups were exposed to the diet via maternal milk and weaned rats were maintained on… Expand
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